Stop Slavery General Manager HandbookGuidance
This Handbook is to be used by General Managers in conjunction with the Stop Slavery Blueprint and provides example documents that can be adapted and used accordingly.
Large infrastructure and industrial Projects can have adverse impacts on people and on the environment. As financiers and advisors, we work in partnership with our clients to identify, assess and manage environmental and social risks and impacts in a structured way, and on an ongoing basis. Such collaboration promotes sustainable environmental and social performance and can lead to improved financial, environmental and social outcomes. Where appropriate, we, the Equator Principles Financial Institutions (EPFIs), will encourage our clients to address potential or actual adverse risks and impacts identified during the Project Development Lifecycle.
The guide is for boards of companies in the United Kingdom. It sets out five steps boards should follow to satisfy themselves that their companies identify, mitigate and report on the human rights impacts of their activities. These steps will also he...Read More
This guide contains practical steps and considerations for the responsible recruitment and supply of workers during Covid-19 for use by employers and labour providers/recruiters in global supply chains. Particularly relevant for essential sectors wh...Read More
Canada’s Guidelines on Supporting Human Rights Defenders (the Guidelines) is a clear statement of Canada’s commitment to supporting the vital work of human rights defenders. The Guidelines outline Canada’s approach and offer practical advicefo...Read More